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Jun 2, 2010

​Greg decides it's time to do the summer show, totally ignoring the "calendar" start of the season. First and foremost, for the holiday weekend, he'd like to remind everyone to donate at www.woundedwarriorproject.org. He then covers what he did during his three day weekend, as well as the news over the weekend about Dennis Hopper and Al Gore.

Greg talks about what it means to give your life to a profession, and covers a few different examples of what that can mean. He doubles back to the holiday weekend happenings, and shares some tips for hanging out at Venice Beach, as well as what it sounds like from an office in Santa Monica. He explains why the ballet is so hot, how he needs a cult, and various crimes and schemes from his youth.

Greg wraps up the podcast with the fan favorite games "Overheard" and "Half-a-Man"

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